Network marketing success can be evasive, ever feel that way? But it is not impossible. In fact, one simple tweak can change your game: consistency!
I’ve been building a business from home for 3 years now along with a full-time Corporate America gig, commitments in the Army Reserve and of course other life and family obligations. Life is busy so I imagine we’re both on the same page!
In the beginning — or at any point when you want to jump start your business — I would suggest massive action such as a 90-day blitz. Yet even after doing that, I believe the key to network marketing success is CONSISTENCY in your activity. Daily activity.
Calling 100 prospects a day is not something you can sustain; it’s great for a blitz or a product launch, but it won’t be maintained. And therein lies the problem. The key to network marketing success — or success in anything really — is small daily activities practiced over and over for an extended period of time. That’s it.
So I would suggest calling 5 per day, every day for 365 days, for example. You see, it is the compound effect of your activity over time that is the ticket to reach your goals in building a business from home.
We all have the same amount of time in a day, just carve out enough for profit producing activities and do them every day, without fail! That is the key to network marketing success.
In today’s video I have a pretty neat analogy on this topic, check it out and share and comment if ya get value!
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